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Can't Mount With The Linux Cloud Tools
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Duh! The error was telling me what I needed. I had to use an empty folder so I created a new folder, clicked the button to "mount" the new folder I created and all is well.

GREAT job on the Linux version SME Team!
Can't Mount With The Linux Cloud Tools
I just installed the Linux .deb file for Ubuntu 11.10 and 12.04. I have an Ubuntu 64-bit 12.04 system.

All of the other tools work (SyncCenter, Storage Explorer) except the SMEstorage Client.

The server is set to: smestorage.com and I am confident I have the correct username/password. 

I have set the "current folder" to /home/steve/Documents

When I click the "Mount" button, I receive the following error:

"fuse: mountpoint is not empty

fuse: if you are sure this is safe, use the 'nonempty' mount option

could not mount fuse filesystem!"

I have since edited my fuse.conf file to include the line "user_allow_other", but the same error shows up.

Any help is appreciated. 

No matter what I do, it won't install...
Something else may be going on, but I did notice these errors in your output:

Warning: prerequisite Filesys::Statvfs 0 not found.
Warning: prerequisite Lchown 0 not found.
Warning: prerequisite Unix::Mknod 0 not found.

Go to your distribution's repository and see if you need to add the following (The names may be slightly different like libstatvfs, etc):

statvfs
Lchown
Mknod

Once they are installed restart your system and rerun the .deb file or install the .deb file via command line:

sudo dpkg -i yourfilename.deb

Good luck!
Error message on SMEStorage
Launch Terminal in your Linux box and type "sudo gedit /etc/fuse.conf" (don't use the comments in this command)

Locate the line that states "user_allow_other" and remove the hash (#) symbol which uncomments that line and makes it active.

Save the file.

Restart Linux and see if that works for you.
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